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ust stylish
orrect in style
To just offer you stylish clothing
would be easy for us but would soon
set you doubting the value of our
store service.
We study the difference between
style and correct style so that you
may feel secure in any selection
yon may make here.

PIll) FOR IN AI)VANCE.
Wawi (IX--Student x ,s "sg i rs. Ca re-
tenis. Phone 71"-;'-. 145-47
Wantd--tudnts for clunb-ho use
(room and hoard1) for next year.
Nice accomm~nodat ions for ten to
twenty. Near Eng. Bldg.. 1221 S.
Univ. 145
Wanted-Mr. Student, Are you going
to, work during summer vacation? If
so we have a clean-cut bona fide
proposition of merit andt consider-'
able profit tha t should interes't you.
A card from you to uis will bring
full information of same. Godart
Land Company, *Pioneer Bldg., St.
Paul, Minn. 144-145
FOR l RNT.

There is an individuality in the
styles of Stoin =Bloch Smart Clothes
that pleases the critical buyer==a
glance at your-self in a Stein-Bloch
Spring suit, before ou~r big mirrors,°
explains. why.
Schmitt, Apfe & Compan

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CLUB ISASSURED
HEARTY SUPPORT
Ihlthe canoe club as proposed b~y
thc Mic fhigan Union will be supported
by ofthecrs than the student body devel-
Ol:C'1 yesterday. when several promi-
nent men of the city declared their
hearty approval of the scheme.
Regent J. E. Beal stated that he
thought the plan a good one. "I
think it would be a fine thing for the
university to have a safe boating place.
It is a capital idea."
President Frank Allmzendinger, of
the Civic association also was' enthu-
siastic in announcing his support.
"There used to be a boat club when I
was in school, and we had a shell
which was used by the students con-
tinuously during the day. I am very
much in favor of the plan to revive the
aquatic -sports."
Albert Lockwood, of the school of
inusic faculty and enthusiastic sup-
porter of the former club, said: "The
idea of a canoe club has nay hearty ap-
proval. For many years I have been
interested in the plan, but until the
omnpletion of the Barton dam, it has
lot been possible. I was a member of
the former canoe club which failed
owing to the' impossibility of finding
a. site for the clubholise, before the po-
sition of the dam was definitely lo-
cated. I wish the new organizatioti
"reat success."
Hal IH.'Smith of Detroit, chairman of
:the committee which drafted the
workmonen's compensation act for this
sta3tec, will give a lecture on "Compen-
saton Acts and their Relation to the
Law of Torts," .Thursday, May 1, in
room G of the law building at 4:0
o'clock.

is T being introruced in many leading universities. It Is weatill
in every college man's life that, he know-kow to take pictuec.
Can you conceive of a better opportunity. thax you itaw have to
learn how?
The Michigan student who fails. to take advantage of tbfs
opportunity is making a great mistake._
You can buy a Kodak from $3.00 tip to P50o.o0, accordin~g to
the amount you want to invest, and any one, of them will tak~e
good pictures.
You can rent them, good ones, for : oc .per day.
We furnish them for you better and cheaper than anywhere
in the United States.

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CLOCKS auJ you will get
ht and all clocks guarantt ed
111 EAST WASHINGTON

to NyO u ,lasses onl time
STREk.& ,

F or tent-15 roomn house suitable for
fraternity or club house; corner lot,
spacious grounds, rent reasonable.
418 N. Division St. Apply to W. H.
Butler, First National Bank Bldg.
Fri. Sat. sun.--tf

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TAILORS

announce the

arrival of the sew We.!... ~t1 np$g aU4
Summer.

J. L. CHAP MAN,

Jewelt r

195 Fort St.= west

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rtes" Art Store Reasonable Prices, I
~ vw~w.g Prompt, Service and
res and aiiaiugGood Workmanship. I
MIain Street

LOST.

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Contrdrie Mary Souvenir Scores and
sheet. music for sale at Schaeberle &

son's Music House.

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Who Does 'the Best
Kodak Finishing?
We an :!,ow ' ou. Bring
in your filn. Films de-
veloped 10c per roll.
Prints~ 3c up.
CALKINS' PHARMACY
324. So. State. Street

Old Hampshire Vellum, the latest
in the writing papers at Fosters. (2)
Martha< Washington Candy is the
best. F resh eve ury day at the Universi-
ty' Pharmacy. Sun.
Open every evening until 9:30. Sun-
days from 9:30 to 12:30, 1:30 to' 3:30
.only. Lyndon's Kodaks, films, fliash-
lights, 719 N. University. Sun Fri
Films developed at 10 cunts per roll.
Hoppe and Co., 619 Fast iberty St.
145
Reach and "Ty Cobb" baseball goodIs
at .IT. L. Switzer Co., 310 State.
Wed. Fri. San. tF
The Lyman liowes trav.el fsitlat
University Hll, Thur,,sday eeig
May. 1, 1913, for benefit of oeo-
pathic hospital guild. Price 25, 35 and
50 cents. 145

IOU will find

young men, and even greate
delight in our modest prices. A

a delightful lotb.f

correctness
Summer

visit should convince you.

iour SPrin and
Suits for men zd

"Our Wives'9

$15.00 to $300

Jos. M. Gaites has chosen what he
believes to be the four most beautiful
types on the Amnerican stage to sup-
port Ifenry Kolker in his production
of "Ou:r Wives," which comes to the
Whitney theater Thursday, May 1, di-
rect from a four months' run at the
Cort The: a ter, Chicago. They are Marie
Loonhardt, 1Eda von Luke, and Gwen-
dolyn Piers.

Hats, Caps, and Gents Fur g*~z~

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WADHAMS & COMPANY
121423 S. Main St.

TUTTLE,'S
ON STATE STREET
kWe Serve Hot Lunches

'* Sri.. n. vi1:, LkPc ,iii' e$s .. ...
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Cameras to rent.
Hoppe and Co., 619

10 cents per day.
East Liberity St.
145

NEW

WIHTNEY

TH EATRE

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Thursday, May .1st

Shirts

Dean Hamilton Douglass, '87, of the
Atlanta Laiw School, has been. appqoint-
ed by President Hutchins to rep.resent
the university aqt the 'exe~rise cm-
memorating the 24th aniversary of
the founding of the Georgia Institute
of. Technology.

Direct from Four Months Record Run at the Cort Theatre, Chlcag
.dos. M. CGaites Presents The Great Comedy of Sex

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aI full assortment of sizes and patterns ~n both
s ci )ths, of the Longfellow Shirt. They.
gligee style with both starel~ed and soft culls.
windows for displays of this exclusive shirt, or
us show you the entire line.

MODAY A DEVL.LE
A Great Show Headed by
DEAVES IANIKINS
in the Spectacular
".Little Red Riding hood"
FAMOUS ORIGINAL ACT

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I'm the. Happiest
Man Alive.

MKER & COM'VPANY
,d Hatters 342 S. State Street
he B.~ V. D. and Lewis Summer Underwear.

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MUSIC

'Paul and Azella
SHIiAfDW43RAPHS
IFrom Palace Music Hall, London'

On Sale

AT

itt) ?IIh~il~tt$
Across from Majestic

SINGING 'COMEDIENNE
Earl Reiner & Co.
inthe Fars ial Skit
"The Sporting Editor"
Extra Added Feature
NICHOLS SISTERS
The Kentucky Belles
Minstrel' Mais
Photo Plays de Luxe
Coming !q f.'J
Thursday "Uncole Tos GUao

W~ith

Henry

Original New York and Chicago Cast and Production5
Note.-.-This Attraction Goes to the Detroit opera Haase Week May 5

Kolkor

rthougfht of this before,
at home might like a S"ore "

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Prices, 35c, 50c, 75c, $1,00, $1.50

Seat. Sale Tessdaj Msm(ng

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nivr iy pha- Cyom'Pany

WIKEL, Proprietors

1219 South Univereity Av .q

WE OW HAVE THE EXCLUSIVE

A GENCY

FOR

0. Martha Ca ndyat Gtc Porm
We have a Telephone and a Delivery Boy-USE THEM. PHONE 416 FOR A BOX.

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